Every CIO must read this post - CIO must-dos for 2018


The best time that I spend on my way to work reading blogs and sharing information, the byproduct a few must reads for almost anyone who wants an answer to where is technology going in the near future:

IT goals for 2018: Five CIO must-dos

For me, 2017 was a good year. We got a lot done. And the situation in the world -- everything moving at a faster... pace, constant change, new types of security threats, new technologies, new vendors, acquisitions, the on-going IT skills shortage and so on -- made it easier for me to make the case that we urgently needed to overhaul our organizational culture, processes and technologies.

Top 10 blog posts of 2017 illuminate top CIO goals

SearchCIO's most popular blog posts of 2017 point to a set of lofty -- and mandatory -- CIO goals: artificial intelligence,... digital transformation, multicloud management. IT leaders are learning all they can about these tech trends. The aim? To help their companies gain business advantage -- before their competitors do.

CIO goals and IT resolutions for 2018

No two IT departments are alike, or so the saying should go. Consider this collection of CIO goals and IT resolutions for 2018. In the new year, leading CIOs tell us they plan to push technology boundaries, retiring noncloud infrastructure and experimenting with " Innovation of all kinds is very much on their minds, and that includes efforts to make data a significant source of revenue and build teams that are nimble and business-savvy.

CIO plans for AI projects in 2018 push the envelope

What will enterprise AI look like in 2018? In SearchCIO interviews with IT leaders at DBS Bank, Dun & Bradstreet, State Street and the city of Boston on 2018 plans, the strong consensus was for more, not less, investment in AI projects, suggesting AI's enterprise trajectory is still on an upward slope.

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